30 Haziran 2020



As I stated at the beginning of my article, "The never-ending lies of the Diaspora Armenians, the slanders, the imperialist forces that support them, and the statesmen who act under their guidance. I will try to explain that armenians have been thrown into different parts of the world, which country they live in, what number they live in, the reasons for migration to those countries, but as far as my pen returns, i will try to draw your attention to some claims by looking at theology, theology and mythology in the depth of history."


  "Noah is mentioned in the Qur'an, hadiths, in the briefs, in the texts of history, and the words are based on the Prophet Noah. Islamic myths and details about the Prophet Noah are recorded in the Israeli texts. Islam considers Noah a prophet, whereas In Judaism and Christianity, Noah is a respected old man, not a prophet. In Turkish, the term "Noah says prophet" is used to express that a person is stubborn and cannot be deterred from his idea. Why is noah the prophet named here and is not another prophet? It is necessary to attribute this to muslims accepting Noah as a prophet, in turn not to be considered a prophet in Judaism and Christianity.

The story of Noah and The Deluge is also told in the texts of the period of Judaism and the period of polytheistic religions: the Gilded Epic, a Sumerian epic, belongs before Judaism, the period of polytheistic religions. The Epic of Gılgamış; Noah and The Deluge tell the story."

   I'm re-paying for the ararat. "It's fair to say a few words on the word Ararat. In the Creation section of the Old Testament, there is a word written in the words "rrt". It was written after the deluge that Noah's ark ran aground here. As it is known, there are no vowels among the letters in the letters of sami origin. The letters "rrt" were read incorrectly as "Ararat" and the reading of "Ararat" became common. In fact, the word "urartu" is the word "urartu", which means "rrt"."

The Ararat/URARTU, which describes the end of the deluge, is the name of a kingdom that dominates all eastern Anatolia and its immediate surroundings, separated from Mesopotamia with southeast Taurus. As a matter of fact, in the kings section of the Old Testament (Kings II: 35) the sons who killed the King of Assur fled to the "Ararat/URARTU country", and with this name, assur's contemporaries are clearly told that the Kingdom of URARTU is expressed. In other words, the mountain and country name written with the letters "rrt" in the Torah are generally related to the mountainous URARTU geography, which includes Taurus. Today, however, this name is associated with AGRI."

 Not to say that all the information given in the philosophical sins came from Islamic sources; On the other side, a considerable portion of the information in these works is based on Isrâiliya. These are the information given about the lineage of Noah. According to the philosophical salutations, Noah's father is called Lamek. His lineage goes to Hazrat Selah, Ahnun, Yerd, Mehla'il, Kayn, Enûfl, fiît lineage. [8]

Of course, poets, poets and physicians have passed on to the societies the events they lived, read, and witnessed themselves. However, although the bond between their writings and the past periods and their period is valuable in terms of art, they reflect the historical facts are excluded from the topic of discussion. Therefore, you can use the

"Mythology" contains many different but connected subjects of human beings, so that the physical and intellectual structure of man, the language developed as a result of sociality, the language developed as a result of his sociality, the language developed by image symbols, oral and written literature and philosophy within the scope of oral and written literature and philosophy, the form of expression with materials is investigated within the scope of iconography archaeology. The element of epos in mythology binds it to historical science with its place dimensions. The use of mythology in concrete inferences in historical science is realized with the joint work of history and archaeology science." [ 9]

What I write above and what I write below should be evaluated with this perspective.

Armenian Mythology is "a rich mix of ideas taken from neighboring cultures with local traditions and peoples who have migrated to the region for centuries."

Armenian mythology is trying to explain how armenians look; (What is misled will be explained in the course of my article.)

 "Origins and Inspirations" "Urartu, the first state in Armenia's historical record, was a confederation of self-small kingdoms, and the Urartu religion was essentially in ancient Armenia. Yy. and 6 BC. Yy. developed between the two. Urartu civilization was a unique wife with the gods of Hurri and Mesopotamia and the local counterparts of symbolism. A trove of gods (pantheon); Haldi (god of war), Teishba (god of storms) and Shivini (god of the sun) were ruled by the trio. The trio was also the main focus of temples built in honor of the victims and the gods. Located in a wall hole in the mountains close to the capital Keypa (Van), 9 BC. A 19th-century article proves that there are other gods. The list, written in double copies, mentions 79 gods.

Armenian mythology contains elements similar to India's Vedic tradition and Egyptian ideas. The most obvious of these is Shivini, who is often represented by a man kneeling by holding a winged solar wheel, and is therefore probably inspired by Ra, the Egyptian god associated with the Sun like himself.

Examples of close cultural relations between urartular and Assyrians, the assyrian gods adad and Shaash's impressions can be shown by the Urartu, respectively, the application of their gods, Teishba and Shivini. Mezopotamya sanatından diğer bir motif olarak Yaşam Ağacı (Ermenice tsarrn kenats) genelde herhangi bir tarafında ayakta duran ve adaklar sunan bir figürle çeşitli ortamlarda belirmektedir. The Bible has become another inspiration for ancient Armenians who try to explain their traditions and their surroundings and their history.

As in many other ancient cultures, local gods have often represented important elements such as water, soil, sun, mountains, caves and trees, or natural properties that stand out. Other gods have been associated with ancient animal beliefs.

 The oral and ancient legends that weaved various kinds of cultural yarns were recorded in writing over time and were verbally enforeified by the poets (guşan), who played the lir, and then preserved by much later authors. For example, M.S. 5. Some of the ancient poems recorded by historian Movses Khorenatsi, who lived in the 19th century, depict the birth of vahagn ( a reed at sea that replaced Shivini), the sun god. Unfortunately, despite the intensive efforts of late Antiquity writers, much of the Armenian mito and religion are still unknowable or explained due to the absence of COMPREHENSIVE WRITTEN INFORMATION FROM THE OURSELVES OF ANTARCTICA AND THE INCOMPETENCE OF ARCHAEology RECORDS. Given the example, there are small figurines depicting winged females, bird men, scorpion men and fishmen extracted from urartu excavation sites and whose levels of importance are undetermined. Since these hybrid creatures are often depicted on the inner walls of the rooms used for storage purposes, the most reasonable explanation for their purpose is that they are used as protective spirits, but we have no explanation and certainty for real meaning and purposes. Below are the summaries of the most important ancient Armenian legends we know today."

One of the unique contributions movses made to Armenian history was the nation's 'finding', according to some academics. This is the story of Hayk (Haik) and Bel, and the origins of the Armenian people are based on the descendants of Noah and his son Yafet in the Bible. Hayk, a descendant of Yafet and a famous archer (therefore later associated with Orion), one day turned to his home homeland around Mount Ararat in ancient Armenia, where the evil and oppressive Babylonian tyranranran ran against Bel and believed to be the place where Noah's ship landed after the great deluge. Bel followed Hayk and his relatives, and thus there was a tremendous war where Bel died. Hayk later named those of his own descendants (the People of Hay) and the Armenian name of armenia(Hayasa).

 Bel, who came from the word baal in assyrian terms as lord or master, is the third city in the world that has surrounded Armenian cities. Tiglat-Pileser (h. 745-727 BC) and II. He represented the evil and oppressive empire of the Assyrians, an example of aggressive war-loving like Sargon (722-705 BC).

As political historian R. Pannosian explains below, the legend of Hayk and Bel is much more than a pleasant story in the country's military past:

"In terms of popular perception, this story is as important in modern nationalist thinking as it is in "objective" history. The legend suggests that the Armenians are the descendants of Noah... Thus, the roots of the Armenian nation are established by Hayk and his family around Mount Ararat. This story, taught to all students in Armenian primary schools around the world, has several powerful symbolic components. Since Noah's ship "Armenian" landed on Mount Ararat, the story makes Armenia the cradle of all civilization. Secondly, it binds Armenians to the narrative of human development in the Bible. Thirdly, it instills a rightful rebellion against tyranny and oppression (Babylon), a very important element. Fourth, freedom, independence and justice are at the center of the nation's origins. And finally, it makes Mount Ararat a national symbol of all Armenians."

      "Shamiram-Shamiram (Semiramis)"

"Movses Khorenatsi describes the Myth of Shamiram, which is most likely based on Queen Semiramis (h. 811-806 BC), another historical enemy of the Armenian people. One day Shamaniram falls in love with the incredibly handsome Armenian king Ara, but the king, who is already married and almost a portrait of moral virtue, does not pay attention to the queen and returns to his country. Shamil's army then follows Ara and, despite orders to prevent any harm to the Armenian king, the king is killed by a rogue arrow. The distraught queen, who has lost her love, tries to find solace by touring Ara's kingdom. Eventually, it builds a city near Lake Van, away from its capital, Ninova, where it will spend the summer.

As soon as the magnificent new city is over, Shamiram takes Ara's body to his palace, which stands at the top of a tower, where he can summon supernatural dogs (jaralez) who can lick him back to life. According to a story telling the story, DOGS perform miracles and return to ara life, but according to Movses's narration, unfortunately dogs never come, and Shamiram has to show off someone who is very similar to Ara, who died so not to be humiliated by his people because the gods abandoned him.

The story of Shamiram and Ara is a typical contrast between a evil and immoral foreign ruler and the self-righteous ruler of the state in question, and they are both very similar to the Greek legend of Adonis and the Babilli Gılgamış saga, which rejects the interest of the goddesses with unfortunate results. But Movses cannot make Shamiram truly ill, because with other architectural mastery and engineering achievements, he assigns the construction of Atamet, the ancient Urartu canal near Van. Perhaps he acknowledges that these innovations have been brought from outside Armenia.

 "Vahagn and Subordinate)"

The storms in Lake Van were thought to have been caused by the cherries of the god Vahagn - the Iranian Verethraghna and the snakes that lived in the water in general. Vahagn was also thought to be responsible for the Milky Way Galaxy, known by former Armenians as the Milky Thief Road, after Ara stole shrubs from Bel, an enemy of the Armenian people. Vahagn's birth and relationship with the Sun are depicted in this poem preserved by Movses Khorenatsi for future generations.

Heaven and earth,

She was giving birth to the purple sea!

The birth was held at sea by the little red saz.

Smoke came out of the trunk,

It's out of the trunk,

And a teenager ran out of the flame!

He had hair from the fire,

yes, and the flame's beard,

And his eyes were like suns.

 He was brought from outside Armenia, and the later parts of the song (now missing) described Vahagn as a fearless dragon hunter, so he was also referred to as Vishabakah, whose other name corresponds to the "dragon mower". Vahagn's wife was The Astgiz (or Astlik), the goddess of beauty and love, whose name is "little star" (translated from the Syrian goddess Beldi). A festival was held at the start of the summer in the name of the goddess associated with doves and roses. A story about Astgiz tells his habit of bathing in a creek every night. There's been an incident in which a group of local young men who craved a naked goddess to look at the naked goddess light a fire on a hill to better see Astki. The goddess broke the plan by causing a fog to collapse in the region, and after that the region was named "Mus Plain", which came from the word mshoush in the sense of SIs in Armenian.

"Pokr Mithra-Little Mihr"

Pokr Mithra (from Mithra, the God of Justice of Iran) is a god who is believed to live in a cave that will only open at the end of time, according to the oral tradition that is still being told today. Little Mihr sits in the cave holding a sphere of justice, and a raven serves him while waiting for the apocalypse. It is also associated with light and reality. God has a gateway carved on the stone surface of the acropolis in Van and takes his own name.

Meher Gate (English: Gate of Mithra, Armenian: Mheri durrn). Traditionally, the islands are presented to the gods in such passages, which Van boasts of many. From the Persians of mitraism to the Roman world, a 1st-century film of Mitraism. It is possible that it was passed through legionnaires who fought in ancient Armenia in the 19th century in the Battles of The Arches.

 "Torque Angelea"

Tork Angelea or Torque Angi (or Angiyan) is a hero figure based on Taru (or Tarhun), anatolia's god of weather events. Movses Khorenatsi, who once again records the oral legend of a very powerful man who can break rocks and divide them in half before throwing large pieces of his enemies, is once again our source. The legend also describes Tork as drawing eagle patterns using only his fingernails on stone tablets and throwing hill-sized stones at invading ships in the Black Sea.

Perhaps based on a real conflict in the very old past, Movses Khorenatsi presents an-gel's state etymology as "wild men" and is interestingly noticeable that the name Taru (Tarhun) means "winner" or "conquering". According to Movses, Tork was descended from Paskam, Hayk's grandson." [10]

(Will Continue)

[8] Prof. Dr. Emine Gürsoy Naskali, Noah's Book,


[10] Mark Cartwright, Translation: Batuhan Uncu,

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